Rumoured LEGO Marvel Collectible Minifigures Series detailed

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s even more supposed details on the rumoured LEGO Marvel Minifigure Series, with everything from the accessories to dual-moulding potentially revealed.

Rumours for a LEGO Marvel Collectible Minifigure Series have been circulating for some time with them suggesting that it would be themed to the Marvel Disney+ shows of past, present and future, with WandaVision, The Falcon and The Winter Soldier and Loki already streaming. However, the full details have seemingly been revealed thanks to Promobricks, and reported by Ashnflash

The list aligns with the previously rumoured minifigure line-up but none of the information in this article has been confirmed by the LEGO Group so take anything you read with caution until an official announcement. Either way, let’s run through them in order of the shows but be warned there are spoilers for every Marvel Disney+ series so far.

WandaVision

Wandavision poster landscape

According to the rumour, WandaVision will be represented through three minifigures. The first is listed as the titular Scarlet Witch herself, with an outfit apparently taken from her appearance in the finale. The minifigure is said to include a new piece that combines the crown with the hair, dual-moulded arms and a cape.

White Vision is supposedly the second minifigure and would feature dual-moulding, leg-printing and side-printing as well as a cape. Rounding out the trio is reported to be Monica Rambeau with a comparatively simple minifigure that only features dual-moulding or arm printing, it’s not yet clear which.

The Falcon and The Winter Soldier

Falcon and the winter soldier poster landscape

You can probably guess which two characters have been apparently chosen for the minifigure series. According to the rumour, Bucky Barnes is likely to be wearing his outfit from throughout the series with printed arms, a knife and a shield. However, Sam Wilson is said to be outfitted as Captain America with brick-built wings, dual-moulding and the iconic shield.

Loki

loki poster landscape

Loki has only just begun to air so you might want to skip this section if you’re avoiding spoilers as a potentially major character may have been revealed in the rumour.

Reportedly, the first minifigure representing this show will be none other than the god of mischief himself wearing his TVA uniform complete with a trenchcoat that reads ‘VARIANT’ on the back. The most exciting detail of the supposed minifigure though is a single piece representing Throg, the frog version of Thor, complete with hammer and printed cape.

The other minifigure is suggested as being Lady Loki, presumably a version of the character from another timeline. This minifigure is said to come with a new hair piece, printed arms and a jade blade, which is likely the same piece from NINJAGO.

What If…?

What if Marvel LEGO who are the characters featured

Marvel’s experimental and animated What If…? series is rumoured to be represented by five minifigures. Peggy Carter as Captain Britain seems to include arm printing, printed dual-moulded legs, side printing, the Captain Britain shield and a piece for the Tesseract. A zombified Captain America is listed as next with dual-moulded legs, side printing and a shield with a zombie print.

T’Challa as Star-Lord has been seen in the first trailers for the show already and the minifigure is reported to include a helmet with an extra hairstyle as well as two blasters. Steve Rogers as Spider-Man is said to feature plenty of printing, a Doctor Strange cape and an additional hair piece and head to unmask the superhero.

Promobricks says that rounding out the minifigure series is Gamora as Thanos with some leg and foot printing, dual-moulding and a double sword.

Should these reports turn out to be true, this will be a Collectible Minifigures Series not to miss out on – stay tuned to Brick Fanatics for more information. In the meantime, we’ve got an explanation of the characters if a few of those names weren’t familiar.

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